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Sculpture / 5th Century BC





Girl dancer with Kalathiskos on her head
Relief in marvel
420 B.C., approximately
Greece
Location:  Berlin, Germany.





Dancing maenad holding sword and dismembered animal
Relief in marble
420 B.C., approximately 
From an original by Callimachus
Greece, Rome
Location: Palazzo dei Conservatori, Italy, Roma.





Tanagra dancer with kalathiskos
Sculpture
450 B.C., approximately
Location: Musée du LouvreGreece. Paris, France.





Tanagra dancer
Sculpture
Conceive in 450 B.C, approximately
Greece
Location: Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France.





Flutist and ephèbe watching a dancing girl
Relief, argile, plinthe plaque (20 cm height x 22 cm)
455 B.C., approximately 

As the wine flowed more freely, a girl was sometimes auctioned off to a guest to become his property for the rest of the evening.

Greece

Location:  Musée du Louvre, France, Paris.





Dancing satyr
Statuette in bronze
Conceive in 490 B.C approximately
Greece
Location: U.S.A., New York,  Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rogers Fund





Three women with child dancing
Relief
Conceive in 490 B.C., approximately 

According to some archaeologists the three women are the Aglaurides, the child is Erichthonios and the flutist is the god Hermes.
Greece, Athens.
Location: Acropolis Museum Greece, Athens.